Twenty First Century Cotswolds, the first book from award-winning interior designer and spatial planner Pippa Paton, showcases the diversity of buildings in England’s famously bucolic Cotswolds region, as well as the ways people choose to live in them.
Twenty First Century Cotswolds celebrates the breadth of contemporary styles that people are welcoming into their homes. From a Scandinavian pared-back approach and rustic agricultural aesthetic through to industrial chic, luxe detailing and boutique hotel ambience.
The book features a range of unique projects including rustic Cotswold barn conversions and farmhouses, sophisticated Grade II listed buildings and an elegant Cotswold stone manor house.
Pippa Paton says: “I am incredibly fortunate to have a unique and very personal insight into Cotswold properties in the 21st century. The examples featured in this book reveal both the amazing diversity of these buildings as well as the numerous ways in which people live in them.”
“The main theme of this book is the passion to preserve the Cotswolds’ history, architecture and buildings whilst making them relevant to 21st century living”.
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